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TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. SYDNEY. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SYDNKV. TiiEmlny. The foreman of the jnry in the C011 inuliam divorco cabo Btates lliut hn nnd Ilia colli.nga'iH, liofore l»aving t ho jury room, took nn aatli among ihemBplre.i not to dirulgf! whut Itrtd .tulcon placn. Tho rumors with regard to which «idn thn nmjority favored are therefore, ho anyH, para conjecture. Croat hpnt mvept over tho colony ycstordiiy. A I liourko and Trangiu tho ahnde temperature was 114, nt Walgctt 112, Dubbo and St. Mary's 110. A number of other places recorded ovor 100. Thn hent was a record for the month of December. Sonsoitiounl liubli-firfM are destroying many homestead. i nnd crops. Ten thounaiid acres of land has been swept clean near Albury. Thn damage amounts to thousands ol pound*. A number of families were burn', out at I Cuolumon. Half tho people of Uniu I bala ore battling with the flames ol a big firo on tho edge of tho town Business at Young wns suspended for tho Bamo reason. At a meeting of freetraders last night, Mr. Keid...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WOLUMLA. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

WOLUMLA. ! (Fbom our Correspondent.) I Sunday up to 3 o'clock was a scorcher, I tbe thermometer roei»w-ring to 100 in tho shade. A strong westerly wind at that : timo sprang up, suddenly veoring round ! to duo south, then tbo temperature in t lees than a quarter of an hour fell to SO, ; aod at G o'clock the glaes showed GO, * variablo weather truly ; a few nights during the past weok also wero cold eoough for tho comforts of a fire. — — Somo of our residonts havo alroady taken their departure for tho mo'ropolis to speed their Xmas holidays, and for the purpose also of boing prosont at tho Commonwealth colobrations. — ^Messrs. Mawson and Love aro experiencing con- ; sidorablo difficult? to their contract work ? of sinking tho main working shaft for tho Wolumla GoldGolds Coy., owiug to tbo i inflow of water which has to bo con- | tended with, and still continues. ? Tbo Eclipse G.M. syndicate have completed tho necessary arraogemonts for tho band- j ing over of tboir proporty at Woluml...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LETTERS to the EDITOR (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

LETTERS to the EDITOR (To the Editor of the Southern Star.) Sirs, — For a short time baok I bavo been reodiug 'Bohemian's* articlos on love, which have appeared in yoor paper ; and should you grant mo a small space in tbe columns of your paper I shall bo vory much pleaaod to furnish you with my opinions on lovo. Woll, to my mind, tbo idoa of people falliug in lovo with each othor is all humbug; and, scoing that so many of your roaders believe m love, I should likb to ask th°m 'Wbat is love P' Do tho majority of the young mon and wnmon who walk each other out in this town go for love ? Certainly not. You will find that, in eight cuses out of ten, as long as tho young man has plenty of j mopoy he can havo plonty of young | womeo ; but let thotime of adversity and j troublo come, and tho supply of monoy | run out, wboro then aro tho young women ? and tho answer generally is that they bavo gono to walk out with somo one else who has plonty of monoy. Is this lovo? The working man of tho ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST CABLES. LONDON, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

LATEST CABLES. LON DON,. Monday. At Magalieraborg tho Boers havo subdivided, aud gone west and sooth. Thoy released .315 prisoner*, all of whom havo arrived at Rastenberg. The lato Gonoral Joubcrt's son wan killod during the fight. A nartv nf Rrflhnnt.'a TfnruA_nviRtlv raw recruitB— wero surrounded in a dcQIc near Zn^trom. 107 were com pelled to surrender. Tho Secretary of Stato for War has appointed a committco to consider the arrangements of the War Office system with a view to expediting business. A French force to the south-west of Pekin reports having comn in contact with tho van gu*rd of 10,000 Chinese who aro marching on Pekin. Tbo German training frigate Gacise- i nan was wrecked during a storm in tho outer harbor of Maliga. ' Forty of tbe crew were drowned. In tho Krugersdorp engagement, 3000 Boers at night reinforced DeW rey's column of 1200 aud xttacked tho British. Tho Northumberland** made a magnificent drf^ncn, h number of thetn, after their ammunition had been spent, ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EVENTS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

EVENTS TO COME. Uog.i School of Arts Debating Club meets every ntturoato Friday Ladio*' Lod^o of tho G.U.O.O.p. meets Thursday fortnightly Loyal Princu Alfred Lodge, M.U., meets oo Mon day, vooiug Star' Lodge, I.O.O.F., meets on Monday Unnntl-UlM Hao. mnnUnn T ? 1... !„ oach month. Bega A., P. and II. Socloty's Coiumitteo meets first Tuesday of tho month. PlrstTuoaday in each month, Council Oood Totnplars moot overy TnesJav Commons Trustees meotlast Tuesday in each mon tiospital Committoe mcots Second Wednesday in each month Boga Bonev-ilent Socioty meets second Tuesday In each month Btfhoolof ArUCommittoe meets First Thursday iu oach month [Information invited from Secretaries %\y e ^outljcpt ^tau, rUnLIFIIED AT BKOA OH WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. 'Bs ju-t, nnd fear njt; let all the onds thou aim*st at be thy country's, thy God's, and truth's.' WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1900

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SALVATION ARMY, BEGA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

SALVATION ARMY, BKGA Erory Sunday — Knco Drill, 7 a.m. IIoHitretf Mooting, U ajn. Freo and Easy, :t p in. Settlement 2.45. Salvation, 7.30. C W. RO'VELL, Ensign.

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

Tho lato David Buchanan was retimed once, in tho sevonties, in a horse-stealing ease at Forbes, N. S Wales. Tho coach broko down on the way from Orange, and as liavid ?was pushed for timo, ho mode for the nearest hotel to borrow a saddle horse. Mrs. Public-house was also a passonger, and told David that if there was a horso in tho place he should have it. Now, tho stolen horse, of which tho police had oharge, had been re-stolen from them, and left at tbo pub,, tho land lady of which was a friend of the accused. But, as Bung himself had stsrted for Forbes, Buchanan waB lent the stolen gee-gee to rido to tbe defence of the thief. On the way, Davy fell in with tho police, who aotually praised his naz, without dreaming that it was the very animal that thoy were unable afterwards to produce. Davy accordingly supplemented his ride with a Svalk over' in the caso, and tho astonish ment of Iho landlord my be im agined whon ho recognised Davy's mount, and knew what a narrow Osoapo ho had had ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

BEMBOEA. (From our Correspondent.) Bkxboka, a little township that should com pare most fuvorably with othor towns of much larger dimensions, is practically des titute of amusement at tho prosont time, nor does thero appear to bo a glimmer of hope in tho way of obtnining any for the great festival season. Yc«, Mr. Editor, such is -he lamcntublo stato of affairs with us as we close the last year of tho nineteenth century, nnd are also on tho vergo of tho dawn of tho Australian Commonwealth, when every member of the community should step forwanl good-humoredly, nut putty bickerings aside, nndull pull together for their own mutual benefit. Locally, it appears as if everybody's business wns no body's, and the consequence is that wo are gradually sinking into a frtato of dormancy from which it will bo difficult to recovor. At one timo wo woro wont to look forward with pleasure to the annual races, which wt'rc usually held on Boxing Day, but these are now. as the song says, 'gone for over...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
South African War. A LETTER FROM THE LATE PRIVATE FULTON. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

South African War A LEXTirtt FUOM THE LATE; 1'lllVATE FULTON. J'llK foilowitiii i' a copy of u lellcr icceK-o'l f 1 out I'rivutu T. A. Fulton, by his ntutlier, unci was wiittcn not long before his iluath !— Ue.ir Mother,— Your letter to bund nbuut it' l''ur uro. Was mighty pleased t' h«ar from yon. ] am writing this letter on n can non we captured the other day. We not prup'jrl.V on to thotn after a viry hard gnllop. Thoy (led in all (lirectiniH. leaving c»tU6 they liatl biii'i) skinning and half cooked vicinal*. About 15 of us under ^ G'llonel K-night and Lieutenant Newinan crossed the River where they did n»t expcot us. Thoy were liritii; nt soinu of the British nn our riyhL not 30 yards above us. I :ind Mr. Newmm hung our horses nn mill started up thu konie but tho colonel called us back. I could | hear their rifles going oil not 20 - yards from uic, but i here wero ton | many locks and bushes so I hud to go back without having a shut, \Vo then hud to 1-a I our horses round the k...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

Within a few daya the peoples of the Australian colonies will become, in dividually and collectively, entities of a oatioo — a nation without a hibtory. But it would not be idle to prophesy that the 1st of January— its natal day — -win ne regarded as the greatest epoch in a history that has yet to be made. We are not going to iodulge in extravagant laogaage over tho fact ; but we cannot let the occasion pass without lamonting the fact that Bega, as a town and district, seems fatally oblivious of the fact. It seems absurdly incongruous that whilst I every other tinpot town or village iu | tbe continent is taking steps to cele* brate — even if it be only by mesas of tbo unconventional picoio — such an important occasion, the people of this district are content to pursue the evon tenor of their way without joining in tbe general jubilations. \Ve admit fhnt ft half honrtAil atinina nttamnt was made to obtain Government as sistauce for such a purpose, but the matter ended with the recept...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

LIVKlt COMPLAINTS Dit. Kino's IUn-dkuon andQuinink J.ivkii Pili.8. witnout taeroury, are ii potent re meny ? remove all Liver nnr* Stomach Cora pl/timx, Ih'liousncM, Headache, Sickneaa, Smoulder Puinw, Heartburn, Indigeation, ConHtmatiuu. i)r. King's Fill* aro 'old- fashioi. (1. w'Siout the d-vugoroui 'vhite ooatiuy ou tnauf now PiH«'

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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

CLIPPIN Q S Spain owns ovnr 200,000 sq u (»t r inil'Sof territory in Africa. There *ru 798 iliminct spi-cti's of idsis known. Tim NM-uUlion step of tlm IlrllUli army is 120 io the iniiiaf. A ton of nooil coal should yii'ld | nlioiii 8,000 cubic fuft nf pp-.ifieil /Its. Tapioca ia extracted '.roai a deadly prisonous | -lnn I . Military enitDccra urn nsrooil ilmt no material lor fortifications in su piirior tj earth. Without t.'.ie process of osapoi ntion thoro wnold tin no verdure or animal lifu ur.on llio enrtli. Women, on an avvrns*), nP0'' a littlo i»sj than half as much food as work ing int-ii. London Biidgo is constructed ol granite, look Pevon years to complete, miii cn.it a million ntnl h Twenty thousand Boers nro still in tho livid. Thoy may give a lot of trnublo yet. Three ex-members for Mudgeu iu Now S'Uth Wales Legislative A«emMy havo died in (Julian Park Asylum. In Paris one person in eighteen li.es oil charily. Must bo plunty of llial commodity thero to Keep puce with th...

Publication Title: Southern Star
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 19 December 1900

Spinish eggs. — Wash ono break fiistcupful uf rice, and boil it till tender in two quarts of milk with | one tablespoon hil of salt. Strain | thn rice, lidd 2.5/j, of butter, mix I well-j und spruad on a dish. Cut i '*ix bivfd-boili'd eggs into slices, -u- I ? ^iigo mi mu rice, ami serve. ? | I The rinds of lemons from which the juice has been squeezed should not be wasted. Let thein he wash ed nnd wiped witn n clean cloth, antl either vory thinly pared or grntod (taking care that only tho peel nnd not tho whito skin is rubbed off), und then storml in n coverod jar until required for flavouring purposes. * « ♦ Eggjtlly. — Soak loz. of jelatine in one pint of cold water, then dis solve it in tbe wafer, over tho fire, adding the thiu-cut rind of one lemon and 4oz. of loaf sugar. When hot, not hoiling. 6tir in lour beaten eggs and the jtiicj of the leiiK'ti. Mix well, pour into a .lamp mould, and lenve till set. This is much more nourishing than ordinary jelly. * ? I llome-mado ginger ...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLIPPINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 December 1900

CLIPPING 8 Agents predict a fall in the prico ? of Imi'Ii r n ft it the holidays. | A ch' inist named Niitire has tiled j ht Krllip.-ey t'. I -III 111! overdose of j laudanum, ?S. A. liosa, the well-known 8o cialNt, ' ill be n candidate for the Fed-ral St-nale, Five thmisai.d nu n are being re cruited in Kn^futul for service in South Africa. Humors in the City are that the jury in the Coniiigham case wuic 8 to 4 in la vol- of Dr. O'llorati. Lord O'lliigan, of tho third bat t :i I ion of the Grenadier Uuard-s, has died of enteric fever in Somh I Africa. Comiiidiam'y address to the iurv. which be read, was prepared the | night helrre by two leading solici- | tors nivl a City journalist. j The UoerB continue to display remaikablo n.rivity, and tho casu alties iv the British side arc ng'iin a-'sum'.ng serious proportions, T!ie K.M.S. Mariposa, on her last trip ft-. -in 'Frisco to Sydney, broko nil previous leC'iid-' for the jour | ncy, doiiio it iu il days 2:5 min | u'es. I Tl.o i-hnr^e...

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The Home Medicine Chest. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 December 1900

The Home Medicine Chest WlIEltE the family is of a fair sizn. nothing in n boine cxcels ihe medi cine-chest for sheer usefulncHs. It is not found in every house, nud i this is something of a marvel, for it ought to be ipekoned nn absolute necessity by the rnpnbl.' housewif.-. Especially oogbt this to be bo if the household is not roa.lily within reach of uhi*ini»t or doc'or. Cases nf ciiii'meiiey « ill occur, oven in the healthiest homes, and i becomes one of the greatest ol boons. A small cupboard, bijli up out of reach ol childish pruny*. is excel lent to use as the recrptncle 'f the domestic: remedies. Fnilino a enp bonrd, any carpcntei-, lor n small H il in. will mako a pl.iin deal chest, litted with lock at'd key, and di vided of) into :di.-lves mid compart ments lo teccivc bot'ioi and n'ickets. E ich shelf or hi tile spa co should have the name of its particular con tents plainly written on a gummed label attached lo it. Care should be takjr. to pti - in only simple medicines,...

Publication Title: Southern Star
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A New Zsalander's Effort. [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 December 1900

A New Zsalander's Iftort To have 10 .'oi.fe-.s ii.'iioinnci! nl ! he ; fact 1 1 in t it N.'w 7. ?i.lnnil Iciiiii of | fir.'inen ininipuU'il in lliu I'liris firo ( biiija.les eMiipetitii'11 w luiiniliat- 1 ing, hut .(.vriti'S tliu T.otfliin Quires- j Voii'.luiit «f « N«'» ^ ?n'/mii j-npfi) t . .mm .ini-ji tin. I ktww 'niil j 'there's an eiul tui'i.' Tliht l hero j was onelhi'i'1. ImveMie iiuthor- I ity nl Mr. H 'les, chief of the Kn«-:n fire liriu'''l-% who won . the championship e-ip. When in- i terviowisl a few Jlr. H u ' wlicii i\ -. !- t; 1 1 for fii'ii !-t'rie«, sp,u| ? — 'Kires? Oil. V', aro lolHof Vm. I'll t ell von one I henril in l'urir. The Kiia'ifli speakiii' coin pelitni's wt-ae sitting ill ft eufe lell in' of experiences I hey hnil IiimI. The coiiiiiiHinler of this New Z.'hI iiiid con) inbuilt, W n. 'I ii'Uil, hull nolhin-; to s.iy. He ju.-t mt innl listei-e.l. After a f,''-''1 denl of licrsnnsion, hnwcvef, we ijnt him to talk. He uniil the bi'st incidcjit ho cnulil rnui...

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PARISH OF KEMERUKA [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 December 1900

fAUJflH or KAMKHKKA Sunday, 23rd— Bcmboka, 11 H.C, MogUla, 2.30 (Widows and Orphans) % \ « ? Xmas Day, 25th— Kamoroka, 11 (ll.C,), (Widows and Orphans) Sunday, JJOtn— Tantawanglo, 11, 1I.G. Candolo 7.S0 nVId0wi ftnJOrphB^:A.NEWTH.M.A.,Hect0r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 December 1900

? ? ? = | AUTHENTIC MBDIOALOPINIONS I WORTH KNOWING-Dr. Oabornoeayp: ' ?* I uso SANDER & SONS' EU0AIVYP- i Tl EXTRACT as a spruv for naeal ca- 1 tarrh, low fovor, astbma, &c., with groat ' fiucceas. I find this preparation superior tu all others.' Dr. Stahi : ' I have used ' various preparations of Eucalvptus, but I ' bettor results from SANDER aud SONS' EUCALYPTI EXTRACT than 1 from aoy other.' Dr. Prostoo : ,4 1 | never use any Eucalyptus preparation other than SANDER & SONS', and I fouud tbo others to be almost useless.' I)i. Hart: 4,It coos without saving, that SANDER & SONS1 EUCALYPTI EXTRACT is tho boat in the market.' Iu iulluenza, all fovers, throat aud lung troublo. uphtboria diarrhoea, dyaentry, kidney complaints, rhoumatism, wounds, tpruius, uloers. &c., it is iovaluable. Soo fhut you pot SANDER & SONS', and ro jfct spuiious preparattons, wbioh aro J immeritnes aopplied bj uosorupulous t i'jrlettf - '?

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CATHOLIC [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 December 1900

CATUOLIC Sunday, 23rd— BoRa, 0. Candolo; 11..13 Xmas Day. 25tli— Boga, 6.80. Oandoio, !». Bcga 11.30 Sundav, Both— Bcga. ti. Candelo, 11JW

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Southern Star — 22 December 1900

\VIII1,K DOCTOIIS ARE DIFFUSING | VITADATIO is curing, ; THAT'S THE DIFFERENCE. ANOTHER VICTORY OYER HYDATIDS. I'orsyth-stroet, Stind«hill, Wngga 'Wugga, March 3, 1900. I feel it my duty to testify to the wonder ful etire of Hydatids that hns been affected iu my own eaaoby tho use of 'Weblwr's Vita- ' datio. I havo suffered for the pn-t.six years from Hydatids on tho lutitf, aud during that titnc I had several severe Hemorrhages. My lifo ut timos was despaired uf, and twice tho Sacraincnt was administered to mo by our miuUter {U(jv. G. A. Carver). Lifo iu itn»lf was simply a burdon. I was attended to by duutnrs in Wagga and Sydney, who w to very kind and did oil in their power to alleviate inv sufferings. After u.iiug the Vitadatio tlio Hydatids und Gjsts were ex* polled from my body, and 1 am thankful to .say I havo been restored to health and ! strength solely bv tho useof Webber's Vita- j datio. I am willing; that you should use this iu any way you choose, hopimr it may j be the ...

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